Our Elephant garlic is now available through Berry Family Farm. Order it through their online store and pick it up in Pickerington, Lancaster, or at their farm in Pleasantville. Our garlic is also available throughKeller Market House in Lancaster.
For 2018, we are growing four varieties of hardneck garlic and softneck garlic braids. Each year, we sell garlic scapes (the tender flower stem the plant produces in the spring) between late May and mid-June, and heads of garlic from late July until sold out.
Our garlic is suitable both for planting (click here for a great primer on growing your own garlic) and for culinary use. Most properly stored garlic will last for 5 or more months.
Our Garlic Varieties
Music This high-yielding, cold-tolerant, beautiful porcelain variety has big cloves that are easy to peel. The taste is robust and medium hot. Stores well.
Killarney Red This Rocambole garlic has a robust, strong, nutty, true-garlic flavor. They have loose reddish brown skins covering the large cloves which make them easy to peel. The bulb wrappers often have red, pink, or purple stripes. Grows well even in rather wet conditions.
Duganski Duganski usually has purple-stripped wrappers and violet-tinged cloves. These large bulbs have a fiery flavor and mellow aftertaste. Stores well.
German Porcelain With satiny white bulb wrappers, this garlic has large, easy to peel cloves. It has a rich, full flavor without much heat.
Inchellium Red Softneck This garlic has dense, heavy, and somewhat flattened bulbs. It has a rich, mild taste with a hint of heat. Softneck garlic is sold braided at Keller Market House.